Young Toddler Crying All of the Time?

I have a 14 month old that won't stop crying. I have not changed her diet or routine, sometimes she is crying while I am holding her. I just don't know what to do anymore. It is causing stress between my bf and I. Can someone give any advice?


By Selena from Cambridge

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January 5, 20130 found this helpful

Would it be possible your child is teething? If so, get some Baby Orajel (I think that is the name of it) and put a dab on your finger then rub it on the child's gums.

January 6, 20130 found this helpful

I agree she could be teething. Look inside her mouth for any new teeth pushing through. If that's it you can also buy, along with the Ora Gel, a Teething Ring that you put in the refrigerator or freezer she can suck on that will help. You haven't given enough information for adequate responses.


But I would recommend a well-baby check up to be sure she isn't sick. If a baby is crying for no apparent reason, be concerned, there Is Something wrong, start with a doctor. Signed, Mother of Four.


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January 6, 20130 found this helpful

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I wish you well.


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January 6, 20130 found this helpful

Some good advice here about the teething, and the well baby checkup. I am sure your babys problem will clear up with time. Do be careful that your boyfriend doesn't become too frustrated with the crying.


Sadly, child abuse does happen in that situation. Learn the signs to watch for and be alert. Best of luck to all of you.

January 7, 20130 found this helpful

Another thing to check is for an ear infection. My Baby went through this and I felt so bad because I did not realize at the time that his ear was badly infected. There were no signs other than the constant crying.Please take the baby to the doctor and have a check up.

Constant crying is not normal and can mean so many things. Even the Dr. missed the infection in the other ear and it was caught when I took him back because he still would not stop crying. The Baby could be in pain and this is the only way they have of letting you know. Good luck, I hope this will soon be O.K.

January 7, 20130 found this helpful

First take the child to the doctor, something serious could be wrong. Then check out The Happiest Toddler on the Block. Finally, how long have you had your BF? Is he causing your baby stress? Remember your baby MUST come first. You are your baby's protector.


I hate to bring this up but for years I worked with kids who had been molested. Most were molested by their mom's BF. please listen to your baby and keep your baby safe.


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January 7, 20130 found this helpful

Teething. Ear infection. Fever from vaccination or something else. You likely should take the baby to a doctor or clinic. Tell the boyfriend to suck it up; if he giving you grief over this, dump him. A real man would be sympathetic, not causing additional problems.


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January 7, 20130 found this helpful

First of all, get the child to a doctor pronto! If you have to, go to an Urgent Care facility. They have them in just about every city. If she rubs her ears during crying, it is most likely ear infection.


Meantime, if you think it could be teething, take a wet, cold washcloth and let her chew on it, rinsing often to make it stay cool.


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January 7, 20130 found this helpful

My daughter did the same thing years ago. You need to take the baby to the doctor because of this; no ifs, ands or buts about it! Your baby is trying to tell you something when she is crying. With me, it was my daughter's stomach too. Different vegetables and foods smashed up small enough for her to eat and even store bought strained baby foods caused gas in her little tummy causing her terrible gut wrenching, screaming pain.


Poor thing, I feel sorry for both of you.

PLEASE take her to her doctor or the hospital emergency room, if you have too. They have medicine's for this that will help calm your baby's stomach down and your nerves too, I promise.

April 9, 20160 found this helpful

I have been using baby magic tea for my infant since he was a few weeks old to treat his colic, constipation, reflux and other tummy issues. The tea is great for all these problems and is totally safe.

April 9, 20160 found this helpful

Try baby magic tea to soothe your baby. It's safe and preservative free and good for all tummy issues.


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